Esky schools get sanitation equipment
With sanitization of facilities heightened in light of COVID-19, First Bank, Upper Michigan has introduced the use of electrostatic equipment to sanitize the offices. As the schools have been faced with the same challenges, the Dagenais Foundation, funded by First Bank, Upper Michigan and Riverside Auto Group, has presented an electrostatic backpack and solution to the Escanaba Area Public Schools. Presenting the gift is Todd Maki, President & CEO of First Bank, to Dr. Coby Fletcher, Superintendent, and Scott Peterson, Director of Facilities & Maintenance. “First Bank has nine offices throughout Upper Michigan and continues to incorporate practices to address the safety of customers and employees. It is our pleasure to provide this contribution to the school system to assist in their daily sanitizing protocol as well,” said Maki. Shown are, from left, Escanaba Area Schools Superintendent Coby Fletcher, First Bank President and CEO Todd Maki, and Escanaba Area Schools Director of Facilities and Maintenance Scott Peterson.